Fault with Drivo

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Fault with Drivo

Postby roberthorrocks » Sun Oct 28, 2018 5:09 pm

I have a Drivo trainer and it is great but it has developed a fault (on high gradients , say above 10% , the resistance slips for a split second , it feels like wheel-spin if in real world ).Is there a belt inside that needs replacing or tightening? If so where do i get one ?

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Re: Fault with Drivo

Postby Elite Admin S » Thu Nov 08, 2018 2:16 pm

It could be necessary to tighten the belt.

Please do a ten minutes training to warm up the trainer and then do a calibration.
Take note of the offset value you get. Compare it with the one you've got on the sticker on the trainer.
If the difference is higher than 5, it is necessary to tighten the belt (contact our customer care for instructions)


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